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Beyerdynamic T1 Tesla Headphone

The Preorder has begun. It looks like if all goes well they will be arriving in the US sometime around Jan 15th. Fingers are crossed. Details Details Details. Click Image for Larger scaleT1 Stock Version$1295$995 Preorder Now AvailableT1 with 10' Blue Dragon Headphone Cable w Furutech FP-704 Gold plated stereo 1/4" plug: $1100T1 with 10' Black Dragon Headphone Cable w Furutech FP-704 Gold plated stereo 1/4" plug: $1125T1 with 10' Silver Dragon Headphone Cable w Furutech FP-704...

Excellent Xelento Remote-Tesla IEMs

Disclaimer:  I purchased the Xelento Remote directly from Beyedynamic.  Beyerdynamic has not compensated me in any way to write this review.When I heard that Beyerdynamic was releasing an OEM version of the AKT8ie my ears really perked up.   Based on the positive review from www.headfonia.com and because I am a fan of both Beyer's T1 and T51p I decided to take the plunge and purchase a pair.  Now let's take a closer look at their Tesla IEM.​Specs: (from the Beyerdynamic North America product...

Goondu review: Beyerdynamic Xelento remote impresses with signature sound

Audio-visualBeyerdynamic Xelento. PHOTO: Alfred SiewUnlike its bigger German rival Sennheiser, Beyerdynamic isn’t as well recognised outside the professional audio or high-end audiophile circles where its name is spoken with a knowing air.So its new S$1,599 Xelento remote earphones, aimed at the highest end of the consumer market where money is no object, are an interesting entry.Sure, Beyerdynamic has got the excellent T1 headphones for folks sitting at a desk, but can it cut it in a market...

Beyerdynamic Xelento Wireless in-ear headphones promise audiophile sound for £1,000

German headphone manufacturer Beyerdynamic has a new pair of wireless in-ear headphones to bring to your attention, but only serious audiophiles (or those with high disposable income), should really take note.The Xelento Wireless are expensive, there's no getting around that fact. At £1,000, you will want the best sound possible from a pair of in-ears. Beyerdynamic says that is entirely possible, as they use miniaturised Tesla transducers, and are made at the company's headquarters. This...